Common Name : New Zealand Rock Lily
An attractive, evergreen, hardy perennial originally from New Zealand, with clumps of broad, green, strap-like foliage which has a blue hue and from late Spring through to mid Summer it has clusters of white/cream star-shaped flowers which are borne upon long airy stems above the foliage. Foliage looks good all year round. Also known as NZ Rock Lily or Renga lilies. Flower heads are short but large. We also grow at times 3 different varieties of Arthropodium, one is called White Knight, which has white/purple/yellow wispy starry flowers, its leaves are broad and shiny, taller and has more slender stems. Another variety is called Te Puna which is a dainty, dwarf rock lily with white flowers and also Matapouri Bay which has soft pink buds that open to white star shaped flowers.